Audrey Pettit shares how she has been using her latest favorite color of Tim Holtz Distress®, Speckled Egg, with this layered tag. The vintage inspired, shabby blue color creates a soft background while working wonderfully in conjunction with the entire Distress palette.
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The this tutorial, see just how incredible the Dina Wakley MEdia Metallic Gloss Sprays are and how you can use them to create depth on flat surfaces. Follow along with Megan Whisner Quinlan as she uses Gloss Sprays, Texture Paste, Chipboard Shapes, and more to craft a textured, mixed media tag.
Send your friends a little hello with this adorable tag by Betz Golden using Simon Hurley create. Dye Inks, Stamps, and Stencils.
Focus on the Good with this beautiful floral tag by Paula Cheney by using the new Tim Holtz Distress® Speckled Egg Embossing Glaze, Ink, and Paint.
Add a bit of joy (and color) to someone's day with this creative card tutorial by Kristi Nazzaro! In this tutorial, Kristi shares how she transforms a large Dylusions tag into a clever peekaboo card featuring the latest additions in the Dylusions product line while incorporating her own signature style.
Audrey Pettit shares a spooktacular Halloween gift wrapping project idea and tutorial using Tim Holtz Distress products. These tags would make a great party favor or hostess gift for your holiday events this year, or would look fabulous tying up trick-or-treat goody bags, too.
Hi everyone, Audrey here! I’m so excited to be back on the Ranger Ink blog again to share a quick and easy project with you for my very favorite holiday of all, Halloween. I am an absolute sucker for all things fall and Halloween and pumpkin, so today I have a super fun holiday gift tag set to share with you, made in a beautiful autumnal color palette of Distress, and reminiscent of carved jack o’lanterns and my favorite Halloween candy. Can you guess what that may be?
I really love the look of texture in all of my art. Whether it be added stitching, fabric scraps or layers of paint – I think texture gives an added element that really sets pieces apart from a one dimensional look. I like holding a piece in my hand and feeling all the different built up layers.